Sir Alex Ferguson returns to Manchester United if Van Gaal is sacked - to help Giggs.
Sir Alex Ferguson's is a living legend in Manchester United. He made the Red Devils to England's most winning team in history and the world's best team for several periods, proven by two Champions League titles.
The Scotsman's achievements with Manchester United was also an important reason why Premier League was ranked as the world's best league for years.
When the 74-year-old retired after 27 years as Manchester United manager, after the league title in 2013, most things went completely wrong for the English club.
It was also the start of a big collective English letdown. After Ferguson left the Premier League, it has gone from being the best league to the third best league in Europe at rankings. Now it is also about to be overtaken by the Italian league in the rankings, meaning that England could lose a spot in the Champions League.
Ferguson has seen the English collapse from the outside and could now return to Old Trafford, primarily to help rebuild Manchester United, which in turn will benefit English football in an international perspective.
According to the Sunday People, Ferguson returns to Manchester United if Louis van Gaal gets fired and Ryan Giggs takes over as manager.
Ferguson will be happy to help Giggs, who was one of his favorites in the club's heyday, in hopes of getting the club back on track.
He will probably assume a role somewhat behind the scenes, but will try to have an instrumental impact on Giggs, which can give the Welshman a dream start as manager.
Van Gaal, who has been heavily criticised for the way the team has played lately, may get fired already today, if Manchester United lose against arch rival Liverpool in today's match at Anfield.
The pressure is... on.
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